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I am trying to add another ide drive to a sco boxIt is newer and larger then the current bios on the motherboard. Would changing the IDE controller card to a new one that will read the drive be a viable option.
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Question by:samjr
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zhanghl earned 100 total points
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Pls set the IDE mode in BIOS to Larde DOS compatible mode.
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Depending on the size of the hard disk and on the SCO Unix Version the procedures
will be different.

Please state if the machine you have support LBA
the size of the hard disk
and the version of the operating system. (uname -a or uname -X)

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Frederico
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